It’s Bisexual Visibility Day, and I’m here to talk about what that means in the context of books and writing.
A conversation with a colleague prompted me to think more about this question: Why don’t we see more books with bisexual protagonists in different-gender relationships? Not merely a passing mention or objectification, but bisexual people being visibly, proudly queer within the context of having a partner of another gender.
The answer to this is complex, and I’m not going to attempt to explain every part in detail. I will say that...
Here’s a look at what’s on tap, what’s on deck, and what’s in the news.
Looking for something new to read? We’ve got you covered. This month’s featured book is Minuet, by A.M. Leibowitz. If you’ve longed to read a love story between a bisexual/biromantic cisgender woman, a bisexual/biromantic trans man, and a pansexual/aromantic cisgender man, now’s your chance. You can find it at all your favorite online book outlets.
Here’s what we’ve got for you this fall. You won’t...
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It’s that time of year again, when we talk about one of my favorite things: LGBTQIA+ people proudly owning who we are. This is a particularly meaningful year as we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the riots at the Stonewall.
This month, we’re featuring a range of books with main characters who identify all across the rainbow:
We are all about the B in LGBTQ+ today. Yesterday marked the 20th Bi Visibility Day, which kicks off Bisexual Awareness Week. You can follow the #BiWeek hashtag on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, G+, Tumblr, and Pinterest.
Here's how activist Robyn Ochs defines bisexuality:...
Welcome to August! I don't know how it is where anyone else lives, but here in western NY, it's about as hot as it ever gets. Today, I thought I'd help us beat the heat with some hot weather tips for readers and writers (and a list of my favorite books to re-read while I chill).
1. Stay indoors.
- Obviously, if you have air conditioning, then you can stay in your own house. But if not (like me), then there are a ton of great places I've gone...